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Old 03-04-2011, 12:30 PM
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We've enjoyed:
Lie to Me
Blue Mountain State hilarious college humor, over the top
Eureka
Spartacus very gory, graphic and lots of boobs.
Firefly
Chappelle's show
Dollhouse ssn one couldn't stand season two
Meercat Manor


What are you guys watching?
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Old 03-04-2011, 12:54 PM
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Mostly kids stuff for the little one. Dora, Diego, Thomas, Kipper, Caillou, etc.

We did stream Dragnet 1954 the other night. Yes, Dragnet was a movie in 1954.

I've also streamed a few of the Star Trek movies, some old PBS documentaries, stuff like that.

I wish more classic 50-70's TV shows were available. Specifically The Twilight Zone, Dragnet, Peter Gunn, Gunsmoke, etc. Also more film noir like The Big Sleep and Key Largo would be great to stream.

But, the selection gets better every month.
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Old 03-04-2011, 12:57 PM
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Lately I've watched:
The Towering Inferno
Beyond the Poseidon Adventure (I didn't even know they made a sequel)

And I'm always watching zombie flicks:
Aaah! Zombies!! (Started last night, haven't finished yet. It's shot from the zombies point of view)
Zombie Strippers (As bad as it sounds, but still funny in places)
Hide and Creep (Very bad, couldn't finish)
Undead or Alive (Cheesy wild west zombies)
Survival of the Dead (Textbook zombie flick)
Carriers (Not bad for low budget.)

I usually watch movies by myself. Wife and kids in bed and it's time to just chill out for awhile each night.
That covers my late night viewing for the last couple of weeks.
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Old 03-04-2011, 01:02 PM
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Watched Uncommon Valor last night. It was better in my memory.
Sneakers - not bad, not great.
Wall Street
Quigley Downunder
And some real stinkers which don't even merit mention.

Use it for kids - Thomas the Tank Engine, Caillou, Blues Clues . . .
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The wife and I watched Restrepo the other night, was pretty good. I've watched a bunch of stuff at work on the iPhone...Blade Runner, No Reservations, Man vs Food.
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I have two weeks left on my free trial... Not going to pay at this point, no real time, but since I have been SICK it has been great.

Spartacus
Halo Legends
Deep Space
Hallow Man 2 (really BAD)
Eraser
Daybreakers
Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Awesome to watch a few specific episodes!
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After the boy goes to bed I've been watching Rescue Me. I always wanted to watch the series when it first starting airing, but it just never happened.
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I couldn't get past the first few episodes of rescue me. Monk was another one that I just couldn't get into.
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Free trial is almost up, we love it! (especially the way it comes right back to where you left off)

Full seasons of Community, Being Erica, Weeds.
BBC documentries on china,yellowstone
Super High Me, The corporation, a few mary-jane docs, (we are from Vancouver)

Lots of kids shows, they are lovin it.

But we had to ban Veggie Tales and they're blatant christian brainwashing. It's a little too much.
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I love Rescue me, have them all in my netflix stream but yet to watch them. I've seen most of them anyhow.

Kids love the Disney stuff like Wizards of Waverly Place.

I've watched a bunch of documentary type stuff, Supersize Me, Food Inc and a few others.
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